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ICIQ 2010 : 15th International Conference on Information Quality

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Conference Series : International Conference on Information Quality
 
Link: http://www.iciq2010.org
 
When Nov 12, 2010 - Nov 14, 2010
Where Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
Submission Deadline Jul 2, 2010
Notification Due Aug 13, 2010
Final Version Due Sep 5, 2010
 

Call For Papers

BACKGROUND

The International Conference on Information Quality (ICIQ) attracts researchers and practitioners from the academic, public
and private sectors. Originally held on the MIT Campus in Cambridge, Massachusetts, the 2010 conference will be hosted by
the Donaghey College of Engineering and Information Technology at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR), the
first university to offer graduate degree programs in information quality. The conference program will include tracks of
research papers, practice-oriented papers, and panel sessions. Accepted papers will compete for the Stuart E. Madnick IQ
Best Paper Award (US$1,000). Further, the best paper and other high-quality papers will be considered for fast-track to the
ACM Journal of Data and Information Quality. The 15th International Conference on Information Quality will be held at UALR
from November 12th (Friday, Reception: 5-6:30 p.m.) to November 14th (Sunday noon), 2010.

TOPICS OF INTEREST

Corporate and organizational IQ
* IQ Management and Data Governance
* Alignment of IQ with Business Strategies
* Business Process Performance
* IQ Education and Curriculum Development

Methods, concepts, and tools for IQ
* IQ Concepts, Metrics, Measures, and Models
* Method Engineering for IQ
* Trust, Knowledge, and Society
* Data Provenance and Annotation
* Information Product Theory and Practice
* Metadata and IQ
* IQ of Unstructured and Extracted Data
* IQ in Probabilistic, Fuzzy, and Uncertain Data
* IQ in Sensor Networks and Information Fusion
* Data Quality Systems and Tools

Measurement, improvement, and assurance of IQ
* Data Scrubbing and Cleaning
* Record Linkage and Entity Resolution
* IQ Assessment, Policies, and Standards
* Cost/Benefit Analysis of IQ Improvement
* Privacy & Security Issues in Data Cleansing

IQ cases and applications
* IQ Practices: Case Studies and Experience Reports
* IQ in the Web, Data Integration, and e-Business
* Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence
* Master Data Management
* Scientific Data
* Community Input, Pay as You Go, and Crowd Sourcing

ICIQ-2010 IMPORTANT DATES
July 2, 2010: Submission deadline (firm)
August 13, 2010: Notification of acceptance
August 29, 2010: Early registration deadline
September 5: Camera-ready copy due
November 12-14: Conference

SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
Submissions must be identified as a completed academic paper, research-in-progress, or a practice-oriented paper.
Practice-oriented papers may be submitted as PowerPoint presentations. Due to the double-blind review process, authors
should avoid identifying themselves in the submitted materials. For further instructions, visit http://ualr.edu/iciq2010.

ICIQ-2010 CONFERENCE CHAIRS
John R. Talburt, University of Arkansas at Little Rock (jrtalburt@ualr.edu)
Andy Koronios, University of South Australia, Adelaide (Andy.Koronios@unisa.edu.au)
Ying Su, Institute of Scientific and Technical Information of China, Beijing (suy.istic@gmail.com)

ICIQ-2010 PROGRAM CHAIRS
Elizabeth Pierce, University of Arkansas at Little Rock (expierce@ualr.edu)
Ismael Caballero Mu?oz-Reja, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha (Ismael.Caballero@uclm.es)
Anne Marie Smith, EWSolutions/North Central University (asmith@manieri.com)
Diane Strong, Worcester Polytechnic Institute (dstrong@wpi.edu)

Poster Sessions
ICIQ-2010 will also include poster sessions, providing the opportunity to present early research results, work-in-progress
and to engage in one-on-one, informal discussions with colleagues and peers.

Little Rock Attractions
Arkansas's capital city located on the banks of the Arkansas River boasts a newly developed River Market district between
the Capital Building and the Clinton Presidential Library. The River Market is home to restaurants, bars, shops, parks,
museums, historic sites, and the River Rail Trolley System. Just a short drive from Little Rock is Hot Springs National Park
with historic bathhouses built over natural thermal springs.

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